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kyi. a deadly overnight. >> why police say a fire at the mayor's private law office is an act of domestic terrorism. a flood of complaints filtering in about a raid at the oakland coliseum. good morning. welcome do mornings on 2. it's sunday, september 30. i'm claudine wong. gets get to rosemary and a look at the sunday forecast.
good morning. >> good morning you to. our major warm-up continues for your sunday afternoon. highs will be 5 to 10 to 12 degrees above yesterday's highs. at this hour sunnier skies outside our doors. less after marine layer. it's a cool start in some areas. i'll have a detail of your afternoon highs coming up. in overnight news, one person is dead after a fight in san jose. just before 1:00 this morning, police were called to a disturbance in the area of monterey highway and bearle avenue. another man who may have been stabbed in the same area was transported to the hospital. officers are checking to see if the two cases are related. oakland police received numerous noise complaints about a large raid. tens of thousands of people
packed the coliseum. it featured more than 20 music acts. callers complaining about the noise described it as the loudest it's ever been at the coliseum but rave attendees say the event stayed fairly peaceful. [indiscernible] >> reporter: you didn't see any conflicts? >> i was here with a whole bunch of friends. it really was an amazing experience. >> no one under the age of 18 was allowed. the rave ran from 6:00 last night till 2:00 this morning. people came from as far away as southern california. teams from the f.b.i. and a.t.f. could arrive today to investigate a fire at the private law office of vallejo mayor osby davis. davis is a high profile figure. the fire broke out around 1:30 saturday morning at the building davis shares with
another attorney. police are calling the fire very suspicious. i'm not going to go into whether the mayor has protection or not. obviously if there is a degree of concern for his saved, we as an organization, police department, will certainly do what we can to address that issue. >> there have been random acts of vandalism but nothing compared to the damage caused by the fire. client records were also destroyed. firefighters are looking into the cause of a massive fire that destroyed a warehouse in san jose. it happened just about 2:30 yesterday afternoon on 10th and heading streets. firefighters say the fire was so intense, they couldn't enter the building and focused on protecting nearby apartments. >> it's kind of depressing. we used to looked at that building and wonder what could have become of it. now it's just gone. >> investigators are still trying to determine who owned the abandoned building. it was last rental steered to allied container corporation. pge says a squirrel is responsible for knock be out power to almost 11,000
customers in the oakland and berkley hills. the utility says the animal got into some equipment at an outdoor substation around 5:00 last night. power was restored to most customers in about 90 minutes, but that was not soon enough for some college avenue restaurants hoping to capitalize on the football game at cal. >> this was a huge night for us. last year cal was in san francisco. we lost some of that business, although it wasn't that bad but we were really happy and excited to get the regular saturday night visits back, especially on a cal football day. >> the outage affected customers north of broadway terrace and east of claremont avenue in oakland and west of grizzly park boulevard in berkley. a restaurant in alamo is holding a fund-raiser tonight for the family of fallen chp officer kenyan youngstrom. he was shot and killed during a traffic stop on september 5. he's survived by his wife and four children. a fallen hero's group is
helping organize the fund- raiser. the dinner dance begins at 6:00 tonight. a concert is going to benefit businesses destroyed by a fire in san francisco last month. the four-alarm fire broke out on ocean avenue. it was back on august 7. firefighters encountered dangerous conditions and experienced a backdrift. nine businesses were damaged causing $3 million worth of damage. the businesses, three of them, were destroyed and will have to be torn down. starting tomorrow, shoppers in san francisco must bring reusable bags to the store. the city's bag ordinance goes into effect. they must charge customers a dime for each bag unless the shopper brings their own. that bag law kicks in for restaurants and bakeries next year. san francisco mayor ed lee is scheduled to make welcoming remarks at oracle's 2012 conference tonight. more than 50,000 people are expected to tearnldz the event
-- attended the event in san francisco. oracle's c.e.o. is expected to announce a revamp of the company's database system at that event. oracle is also expected to reveal new servers for computing. you may want to check the status of your flight if you're flying out of san francisco international airport today. one of the primary runways is closed and that could cause some delays. this is the final weekend of the runway closures for work to install new lights and safety features. airport officials say air traffic should return to normal by tomorrow morning. today is a spare the air day. officials are asking people to avoid driving or using gas powered equipment in order to cut down on unhealthy air pollution. people are also being asked to take public transit or use other alternatives such as carpooling. so if yesterday you're thinking to yourself the weather is great but would like it a smidge warmer?
guess what? >> today is your lucky day. we'll warm up over the inland areas nearing 100 degrees in some cases. along the coast a modest warm- up expected. we do have clouds hucking the coastline this morning and just -- hugging the coast line this morning in just inside the bay. the marine layer, we're talking about a thousand feet right now. giving you a live look there at just how shallow it s. we'll see mostly sunny skies today along the coastline. partly cloudy by the afternoon. mid-60s to 70s for you. if you like it hot, you are in luck. temperatures this morning have slipped back into the 40s in some cases. a very nice overnight cooling has allowed that possibility of a heat advisory for today to be canceled by the national weather service. so that is actually some good news. we continue with the warming trend. today again the hottest spots nearing 100 degrees. tomorrow will be the hottest day. so our back-to-work monday will be quite toasty in some areas. mike mentioned this.
the spare the air alert for today taking a look around the region. we've got unhealthy air for our sensitive folks in the north bay as well as east and down into the south bay. a very light, light on shore breeze will keep the coast as well as just inside the bay moderate for today. current temperatures right now 47 in napa. santa rosa the cool spot 44. widespread 50s in many areas. even nearing 60 degrees at this hour in antioch, 59. 57 for livermore. we have partly cloudy skies in most cases. mostly clear the farther inland you go. your afternoon highs for today 92 expected for santa rosa. 49 for sonomo. 90 degrees san rafael. sausalito 82 for you. into the east bay temperatures will be warm in oakland for the afternoon game. 86 for oakland. the as are playing today. 87 san leandro. castro valley low 90s. upper 90s for antioch,
pittsburg. santa cruz, going to be a warm day at the boardwalk or if headed to the beach, 90 degrees for redwood city. 75 in san francisco. low to mid-70s expected for the pacifica as well as half moon bay. again determining how soon we see the clouds burn away. your extended forecast, hottest day comes tomorrow. a tad cooler on tuesday. it's really not until wednesday or thursday we begin to feel the bigger cooldown. back into the mid- to upper 80s by thursday. between now and then going to be quite warm in some areas, even reaching the low 100s by tomorrow afternoon for the inland areas. great beach weather. mid- to upper 70s along the coast. back to the desk. a heads up for drivers who take the san mateo bridge. caltrans has announced plans to shut down the bridge on the last two weekends in october for repairs. the agency says the closure will allow crews to permanently fix a crack that was found during a routine inspection back in 2010. the closure of the bridge is expected to result in increased traffic on some of the other bay area bridges.
want to give you a live look now at the san mateo bridge. not too much traffic on a sunday morning. cal trans is helping the closure over the two weekends will not cause many problems out there on the roadways. drivers are advised to take the bay bridge or the dumbarton bridge as alternatives. your time 7:09. buddhist temples attacked and torched. >> plus, the gift vice presidential candidate paul ryan received on the campaign trail and now he's being forced to donate is to charity. >> let's take you outside for another live look at traffic this morning. there is the bay bridge toll plaza. looks great. oracle open world event begins in san francisco this morning. so it may get a little bit busier. always seems to as the morning progresses. again, 7:10 on the clock and this is mornings on 2.
at bank of america, we're continuing to lend and invest in the people, businesses, and organizations that call the bay area home. whether it's helping a nonprofit provide safe, affordable housing within the city, supporting an organization that's helping kids find jobs and stay in school, or financing the expansion of a local company that's creating healthier workplaces, what's important to the people of the bay area is important to us. and we're proud to work with all those who are making our communities stronger. erika derry: and the fact that cacalifornia isn't making it a priority frustrates me. dan hurd: i'm ashamed of that, and i don't want this to continue for my daughter. brenda kealing: prop 38 is going to bring a lot of money to our schools.
good morning to you. looks a little foggy out there this morning. but we have plenty of sunshine in store for today. temperatures will warm over yesterday's highs. new this morning, a mob of 25,000 ride es have torched buddhist temples and homes over a photo of the kuran posted on facebook. it happened in bangladesh. at least five temples and dozens of homes have burned. the rioters claim a buddhist man from the area uploaded that photo. a child was killed and three others injured in a grenade attack at a sunday school class in kenya. police say supporters of the somali militant group pay be behind today's violence. churches have been the site of several attacks. in libya, hundreds of people have turned over weapons from the uprising that toppled moammar qaddafi.
more than 200 weapons have been collected, including a tank, heat seeking missiles and ammunition. it comes aft september 11 attack on the american consulate in benghazi that killed ambassador chris stevens. the weapons collected are just a fraction of the arms taken from qaddafi's arsenals during the rebellion. to americans were killed in an attack in afghanistan. it happened at a check point just west of kabul. they do not have the exact details of what happened but some witnesses say an afghan soldier shot at americans who then returned fire. during the ensuing battle, a mortar shell killed an american soldier and an american contractor. officials say the afghan who fired first was killed in the shootout. 2,000 american service members have now died in afghanistan since the u.s.-led invasion in 2001. the youngest prisoner at guantanamo bay has been returned to canada after spending a decade in custody. omar gutter was 15 years old when he was captured in a
bombed out afghan compound and taken into u.s. custody. in 2010 he pleaded guilty to murdering a u.s. soldier as part of a plea deal, he returned to canada. authorities say he was taken to afghanistan by his father who is said to be a senior al qaeda member who prince advertised his son to -- apprenticed his son to a group of bomb makers. the navy's newest destroyer will be commissioned. u. snches s. michael murphy cruzed into the harbor. it's neamed after a navy -- named after a navy seal killed in 2009. the destroyer was built at the bath rye ron work dms maine. -- iron works in maine. california has become the first state in the country to ban therapies that attempt to change the sexual orientation of minors. yesterday governor jerry brown signed the bill banning mental
health practitioners from performing preparative therapy on minors. it's been labeled dangerous and abusive and could raise the risk of depression and suicide in young people. in election 2012 news, we're three days away from the first presidential debate. president obama will head from washington to nevada. he has a campaign stop at a las vegas high school. he is going to stay in nevada before traveling to denver on wednesday. republican challenger mitt romney is spending the weekend cramming for the debate. political analysts say he needs a strong showing with recent polls showing him losing ground to the president in battleground states. the university of denver is preparing to host that debate. it is going to focus on domestic policy and it will be mod rated by jim lehrer. two more presidential debates will be held on the 16th and 22. you can of course watch those debates live here on ktvu
channel 2. coverage begins at 6:00. while the election is on tuesday, november 6, some voters have already cast their ballots. 32 states and the district of columbia offer some form of early voting. iowa began last week. ohio starts tuesday. volunteers from the obama and romney camps are canvassing neighborhoods looking for early votes and it's an important strategy because it allows those parties to bank votes more than a month before election day. congressional roles are forcing republican vice presidential nominee paul ryan to donate a gift he received out on the campaign trail. he attended a banquet for hunters yesterday in columbus, ohio. the u.s. sportsmans alliance presented him with a hand grade american made shotgun. >> i've got one from my grandfather, a 20 gauge. you know what's great about these? the downward ejection so lefties, this is your gun. righties this is your gun. >> ryan says he will donate the
firearm for a silent auction. he told a sportsmans group if elected he and mitt romney will work to protect the rights of gun owners. today the guns of gangster couple bonnie and collide are being -- clyde are being auctioned off in new hampshire. they are going up for sale. both guns were found on the couple the day louisiana police killed them back in 1934. bidding will begin at $75,000 but the auction hopes to bring in at least $150,000 per gun. at the time of their death, bottom any and clyde were wanted for kidnapping, auto theft, robbery and 13 murders nationwide. your time is 7:18. in an amber alert issued for two children in tennessee. the fire at their home and the mystery surrounding their disappearance. >> she made headlines for winning the lottery and then collecting welfare. the tragic final chapter to a michigan woman's story. >> warm to hotter temperatures
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and now, something extra -- for you. . a michigan woman still on welfare after winning the lottery died of an overdose. she was found dead yesterday morning at a home near detroit. she received nationwide attention for collecting welfare benefits after winning a $735,000 lottery prize. friends say she was addicted to drugs including zanax. >> just went down the wrong path. when she got the money, the freedom, felt like she could do whatever she wanted. some people just don't have the will power. >> in june clayton pleaded no contest to fraud and repaid $5500. michigan officials say she did not inform the state about her lottery windfall. the controversy led to a new state law requiring lottery administrators to inform the
state about new winners. survivors of the movie theater massacre in colorado may be returning to the scene of the shooting. on thursday aurora's district attorney sent an e-mail to victims and family members of the 12 people skilled asking -- killed asking if they would like to visit the site. some of the survivors have expressed interest in returning to the theater for closure. >> it's not going to be pretty but i don't want my perception of the event of the theater the place to live in my head and for it to be bigger than it actually was. >> the theater has been closed since the july 20 shooting. last week it was announced the theater would be undergoing renovations and would most likely reopen next year. the oak creek community is continuing to renewt -- to renight after the sikh shooting in august. we look at the benefit held this weekend in honor of the victims. >> reporter: oak creek high
school students and sikh temple members worked hand in hand to create a prairie garden on campus. >> it's really the life that comes the rebirth of something great after something tragic. >> the deadly shooting has spurred a sense of unity in the community. the garden is made up of many different plants but for these folks, the beauty of it is literal and figurative. >> this is symbolic of strength and diversity. there's beauty. this is about acceptance of different cultures, religions, different peoples of all walks of life. >> reporter: david said it will be a prominent statement to the countless people who pass it. >> how we have rallied and stood up for what's right in this community. >> reporter: the community has shown endless support. hours later, a fund-raiser was also held to benefit the sikh temple victims and lieutenant bryan murphy who was shot 15 times by the gunman. >> he's a hero for the community and for everyone here in oak creek.
he's a strong man. we can't be thankful for enough for what he's done. >> reporter: more than a hundred volunteers from the temple police department and other community businesses held a dinner and raffle to drum up money for those who are recovering and for those families who lost a loved one. wrist bands and t-shirts were also sold as a token of rather bans. >> it -- of remembrance. >> it touches my heart because i know what these people are going through. >> it's hard to see your friends and coworkers go through the difficulties they've had to deal with but overall it's been a positive thing for us to grow from. >> reporter: the intimate setting helped foster new relationships and a chance for education. >> that's the important thing is that we all grow together and we all try to step up and help one another when we need it. >> thank you. >> reporter: gl that was-- >> an amber alert has been issued for two children after their house burned down in tennessee. authorities do not know if 9-
year-old chloie leverette and her 7-year-old half brother gauge danielle died in sunday's fire. they haven't been able to find the children's remains. >> at this point we don't know but, you know, we would like to see closure as well. >> the children lived in that house with their grandparents who did die in that fire. authorities also say the children are not with their mother who has been investigated in the past by child services. the trial against pope benedict's former butler reconvenes on tuesday. 46-year-old paolo gabriele will take the stand himself. he's accused of stealing vatican documents and leaking them to a journalist. the trial started yesterday in front of a three-judge vatican court. prosecutors say gabriele has confessed to the crime saying he wanted to shock the church by exposing corruption. although he faces up to four years in prison if convicted, he has already asked the pope for a pardon. serial killer wesley
sherman is talking about his recent trip with the f.b.i. to look for more buried victims. he told the stockton rorpd he was taken from -- record he was taken from his san quentin death row cell at 3:00 in the morning last month. an escort of up to ten guards took him to the town of lyndon to point out where the old wells. he told the newspaper because he's revealing burial sites fellow inmates are now threatening his life. he says he will get paid $1 thown for -- $1,000 if his information about the sites is confirmed. a scrort of california's three -- majority of california's three strikes inmates are add dicks. s that -- addicts. researchers say close to 70% of offenders convicted on a third strike need substance abuse treatment compared to 48% of all inmates. experts say the findings show the need for effective
substance abuse programs in state prisons. the postmaster general says the postal service is on the brink of bankruptcy. the agency today is going to default on a $5 billion payment to the treasury. the postmaster general says his agency would be profitable right now if it weren't for lawmaker delays. the postal service has asked congress for more than a year for legislation that would eliminate saturday mail deliveries and reduce its $5 billion annual payment for future retiree benefits. walking out the door this morning i saw that the moon was full. a full moon today and tonight. we'll want to see if the skies are going to be clear for everyone out there. rosemary, i think they should be. maybe not along the coast. i don't want to jump on your story here. >> we have a great looking forecast. as you said, mostly clear skies. many of us saw the harvest moon last night. as mike mentioned you can see it again tonight. we actually saw a foggy shot of it just a few moments ago as it sets about 7:40 this morning. outside our doors this morning,
plenty more sunshine than we saw yesterday. we've got more sunshine out there today. we've got warmer temperatures on the way. right now very calm conditions. you can see acrossed board yesterday morning we -- across the board, yesterday morning we were watching a light on shore breeze through fairfield. not the case today. notice napa with a northeasterly breeze. the northeasterly wind is going to help warm us up for the afternoon. more sunshine in the forecast. high pressure is strengthening. all will equate to a hotter day in santa rosa for today. 92 for you. 91 in napa. 96 concord. 99 in livermore. livermore, the record standing 99. so we'll see if we actually meet or beat that for the afternoon. 91 in san jose. 90 degrees redwood city. 75 in san francisco. partly cloudy skies at this hour right around pacifica as well as half moon bay. 73 in the afternoon for the coast. so additional warming expected today. a little bit more on monday. monday will be the hottest day. many of us enjoying this weather. many of us can't stand it.
it will come to an end. upper 90s remain in the forecast on tuesday although we will be slightly cooler. as we get into wednesday, thursday, the bigger cooldown will finally move in. 86 degrees expected for the warmer spots. by thursday low 60s at the coast. back to you. more than 2800 marine mammals, including whales, dolphins and seals will be harassed by pge's planned seismic surveys but no animals are expected to be injured or killed. that's according to federal officials. pge plans to use a research vessel to continuously emit loud blasts of sound near the diablo canyon nuclear plant for 12 days this november. the utility says the seismic surveys will help it better understand earthquake fault zones surrounding that plant. 7:29. the price of meat is headed up. why consumers might be in for a little sticker shock at restaurants and biewmper shops, -- butcher shops soon. the mystery hovering over a
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i'm claudine wong. shoppers will have to start bringing reusable bags pretty much where they go. we have pore on the new ordinance that takes effect tomorrow. >> reporter: today a bag like this is free if you want to get it at retailer like a hardware store or supermarket or some place like that around san francisco but starting tomorrow, a bag like this will cost you a dime. starting tomorrow, october 1, the city's new checkout bag ordinance goes into effect. all retailers except restaurants have to switch from plastic bags to paper or compostable bags. if customers want a bag, retailers will be charging 10 cents each. the city's department of the environment is overseeing the changeover and hopes the new rules will encourage customers to change their habits and bring reusable bags when they shop. the dime surcharge is aimed at helping the retailers offset their increased costs associated with switching from plastic to paper or compostable bag. restaurants and takeout food places are exempt for right now. they will be included in the
plastic bag ban next year. we're live in san fran, ktvu channel 2 news. family and friends of an oakland man shot and killed by police are demanding more details about his death. >> justice for alex. >> 18-year-old alan bluford was killed when he ran from police. the following day police said a gun believed to have been the suspect's had not been fired. instead the officer had shot himself in the foot. police say there are witnesses who saw the suspect point a gun at police. the family is suing the city. the trial begins tomorrow for the woman accused of killing nursing student michele lei. she disappeared from kaiser permanente in hayward on may 27, 2011. her body was found a couple months later on september 17. jezelle esteban is accused in
her murder. the trial is expected to last a month. thousands of people turned out to hear nobel peace laureate aung san suu kyi speak in san francisco. the myanmar opposition leader spoke to a crowd of 5,000 people at the university of san francisco yesterday. she asked them for support for her country in its path to democracy. she spent 15 years under house arrest but is now trying to bring about change as a member of the country's parliament. >> our country is now on the verge of a new path. i have to keep reminding people that we're just about to start out, that we're not yet along the way. >> she received the key to the city and an honorary doctorate from usf at last night's event. she says she hopes to reach out to the large burmese ex-patriot community during her trip to the united states. you should expect to pay more for beef and pork next year. butcher shops are already warning customers about higher
prices. the reasons include the extended drought and rising feed costs. ranchers say last month the draught forced a higher -- drought forced a higher than usual number of animals to slaughter. soy has gone up $2 a pound in just two months. >> what happened the last increase, people went from eating a lot of primals to new york strips, porter houses. they went to eating secondary cuts. >> one rancher is charging a dollar a pound more for sausage, pork chops and bacon. she plans to switch from corn- based hog feed to plant-based feed to save money. owners of dozens of miniature horses have found a temporary home for their animals. the owners fell behind on their mortgage payments. then last week they received an eviction notice saying they had to get out and the animals with them by wednesday morning. yesterday they began loading the horses for a home in bow day go and all the horses should be moved by tonight. it's not clear how long the
animals will be allowed to stay in their new home. after three years of construction a new medical center in castro valley is inching closer to completion. when the new center opens its doors december 1, it will boast a new trauma center, new ct scansers and an expanded emergency room. the hospital also has new surgical rooms and offers three dimensional breast imjing for -- imaging for mammograms. >> it's time to transition to new environment and technology. >> the medical center costs $320 million to build. u.s. health officials are reminding people it's flu shot time. yesterday kaiser opened up drive-thru flu clinics in union city and fremont for members. the same clinics will be offered next weekend. this year's vaccine contains the same strains at last year's plus two new ones. health officials say every year about 20% of americans come down with the flu. the proposal for a new basketball arena in san francisco is receiving both praise and opposition.
about 50 people attended a community meeting yesterday to discuss the golden state warriors' plan to build an arena at piers 30 and 32. opponents are concerned about traffic, crime and the financial costs to the the city. but supporters say the project will bring much needed jobs while renovating the city's eastern water upon. -- >> water frn. >> it's a well -- waterfront. >> it is a well managed project because there are heavy hitters behind it. it's all good. >> the problem is they're building it out on a pier blocking people's not only views but the public's access, tourists' access. >> the warriors say public transit will ease congestion. the commission study shows 68% of san franciscans favor an arina in the city. >> the national hockey league and its players are expected to talk again today in hopes of involving the labor dispute. the teams met for four hours yesterday. it was a second straight day of talks. while they discussed some money issues, they avoided the main sticking point of revenue sharing. with the regular season
scheduled to start on october 11, the league could start canceling games this week. >> the oakland as have moved one step closer to the post- season and they look to take another big step today against the mariners. yesterday out at the sol see -- coliseum, seattle up early but the a as bounce -- but the as bounce back. 4-2 seattle. bottom of the 9th, magic continues. one out, 410 feet later we're all tied after josh donnellson slap as big two-run homer. in the 10th, brandon moss, how do you like me now with this three-run walkoff shot. the as win 7-4. the crowd going crazy at the cool seeup. they take on the mariners again today at 1:05. a different story in san diego. the giant disget on the board first. -- the giants did get on the boards first. the padres would send seven players across the plate and win 7-3. giants and padres once
again today at 1:05. there is a mystery hovering over the skies of jacksonville, texas, at least according to google maps. when you type in jacksonville, texas you get to the screen and you see that street view. you're allowed to pan around. look at that. a strange object can be seen in the sky. it was actually found by a local reporter when she was goingling directions. people who live in that area were surprised to see the image on google maps and most have no idea about what it could be. >> what is that? >> a car? the sky? >> that is pretty amazing. >> i don't know. looks like a jellyfish. >> jellyfish, a car. a similar image to that one can also be seen on google maps over pueblo in new mexico. so far google has not responded to questions about those objects. well, some people in texas were jolted by a magnitude 3.4 earthquake near dallas
overnight. the quake hit late last night about two miles north of irving. there have been no reports of major damage or injuries but the quake did crack some walls and knock down some pictures and at least 1200 people reported feeling that quake. heavy rain continues to fall across much of the north and west parts of texas. yesterday about six inches of rain fell in abilene. flash flooding resulted in road closures but no major damage was reported. on friday midland also suffered its worst flooding in years. underpass there is were flooded with about 5 feet of water. people did have to get rescued from their cars after getting stuck. a lot of talk about oracle world in san francisco this week. but also today is the race. should abgood day. >> it is a gorgeous day. runners like it when it's cool. we are seeing that acrossed board. we are looking at temperatures -- across the board. we're looking at temperatures
10 degrees cooler. santa rosa 7 degrees cooler outside your door than we were in hours. -- 24 hours ago. what a difference a day makes. yesterday we woke up with plenty of gray. today just a little bit of cloud cover hugging the coastline. partly cloudy skies reported at paive came as well as half moon -- pacifica as well as half moon bay. the marine layer below a thousand feet so the high pressure that is strengthening over our area really squashing that marine layer. we're finding it right along the coastline today. a modest warm-up expected for the coast today. mid-60s to mid-70s. a little warmer at santa cruz. our inland areas with plenty of sunshine and high pressure now in control of our weather pattern. numbers anywhere from 5 to 10 degrees above yesterday's highs with the hot temperatures, the sunshine, the light winds and the ground pollution, we have poor air quality in some areas. another spare the air day. unhealthy for sensitive groups. if you're sensitive to air
pollution, be aware for the afternoon. we will have to stay very -- we will have a weak on shore breeze. temperatures right now take a look at where we do have a chill in the air. santa rosa 44 degrees outside your door. maybe heading to the local farmer's market. you may need an extra layer. 47 degrees in napa unless you like it chilly. 53 at concord. 57 in livermore. around the bay low to mid-50s. hayward 54 degrees. san jose 54. by noontime we're looking at temperatures already warm. take a look at all the orange here. for the inland areas, livermore, concord, parts of napa down into the southern half of the peninsula, low to mid-80s expected. meanwhile for the east bay if you're going out to watch the as play, by about noontime already in the 70s. for the afternoon today, 92 expected for santa rosa. 91 for pet loom ma. 82 degrees in sausalito for the chili cookoff going on there. it's going to be a warm one. the south bay 86 for oakland. 90 degrees castro valley. 99 in livermore.
a nice day maybe to find somebody with a swimming pool. 91 degrees san jose. 90 degrees santa clara. 90 for sunny veil. for the peninsula into the afternoon, 90 degrees for redwood city. mid-80s san mateo. 75 degrees in san francisco. gorgeous yesterday in san francisco. will be again today. monday again on track to be the hottest day. as we get into tuesday, just a very slight cooldown with a bigger cooldown coming by mid week wednesday. if you're headed to the beach, especially the monterey bay area, i have an advisory for you coming up. transportation officials say weeks of advanced warnings to drivers have apparently worked to make carmageddon two about as smooth as the last one. so far the shutdown of one of the nation's busiest freeways is going well and traffic tieups have been minimal. the freeway is expected for reopen for time for tomorrow morning's rush hour commute. good old 405. a traffic alert for drivers in free month, mission boulevard will be closing from
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california's proposition 8 which bans same-sex marriage in the state. the supreme court is asked to decide if they're going to hear the appeal through the ruling. affirmative action was originally brought by a white woman who claims she was denied admission to the university of texas because of her race. another big issue on the calendar, a key provision of the historic voting rights act of 1965 which calls for federal supervision of some states and counties with a history of discrimination. here in california governor jerry brown has a few more days to sign or veto the remaining bills on his desk. yesterday he vetoed a bill that would have banned disrupting cell phone service without a court order. that bill came after last year's decision by bart to cut cell phone service in an effort to disrupt a planned protest. brown said the bill could, quote, divert attention away from a true emergency by requiring the court order and he is urging the bill's author
to amend it. >> california lawmakers will no longer get a break on the cost of vanity license plates. governor jerry brown has signed a bill ending the personalized license plate discount to current and retired lawmakers. right now members of the state legislature and congressional delegation pay $12 for vanity plates and are exempt if registration fees. the new law requires elghted officials to -- elected firms to pay the same price as their constituents for the plates. we are learning about the forgets of similar legislation in new york for the fight for bill of rights. new york passed the nation's first bill of rights for house keepers, caregivers and nannies two years ago. some domestic workers say they are now working with a written contract that guarantees overtime and days off. but authorities say many employers are not aware of the law and domestic workers in california have held several wallys at the state -- rallies at the state capital. advocates for undocumented
immigrants are holding a rally at u.c. berkley today to urge the governor to sign two bills. one would allow the state to grant drivers licenses to illegal immigrants who are young adults with temporary work permits. advocates also want the governor to sign a bill that would only allow county and city jails to hold illegal immigrants for federal deportation if they have a record of serious felonies. government statistics show it truly pays to live right here in the bay area. our region has some of the highest wairnlgs in the country. san francisco -- wages in the country. san francisco, san mateo and santa clara counties are among the top ten counties in the u.s. for weekly salaries. santa clara went second. on average residents earn $1957 a week. incidentally new yorkers make the most. they average nearly $2500 a week. we are learning more details about arnold schwarzenegger's new book that details his affairs. according to reports, he admits
he had a, quote, hot affair with actress brigette nielson when he and maria shriver were dating and living together. he also discussing fathering a child with his housekeeper. the book "total recall" goes on sale tomorrow. general motors is recalling more than 40,000 cars due to the possibility of a fuel leak. the recall covers chevrolet cobalt and pontiac g5 sedans from '07 to '09 model years. it affects chevrolet eke fox from the 2000 -- equinox from the 2007 model years. they have plastic parts to the fuel pump which can crack and cause a leak. the on going debate with bart and what riders are now saying. >> she says nothing has ever stopped her from trying something new. the 90-year-old who just went skydiving. we'll tell you why.
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a woman celebrated her 90th birthday that many people are afraid of. she went skydiving and she brought her 70 imrearld son with her ---year-old son with her. she said she didn't have any hesitations, even whether it came time to jump. -- when it came time to jump. >> it's awesome. it's awesome. i didn't have to jump. he pushed me. >> i want to be her when i grown up. she landed safely and she may even go skydiving again. a recent poll shows bart riders are evenly divided on whether to allow bikes. 40% supported a ban on bikes during peak hours. 40% wanted to end the ban and others supported reducing the ban to one hour instead of two. fans are excited about today's division game against the broncos. the team announced tight end
richard gordon won't be playing after injurying his hamstring. kickoff is in denver at 1:05. the niners looking to bounce back against the new york jets today. last week they had a disappointing loss against the vikings. the 2-1 san francisco 49ers lineup will feature at least one twist. ricky jean francois is expected to fill in at nose tackle. you can watch the niners game right here on ktvu at 10:00 a.m. the n.f.l. refs are back on the field with a new contract. yesterday the league ended their labor dispute by approving an eight-year contract. it created three weeks of chaotic games run by replacement officials. the most controversial call happened in the monday night game. mornings on 2 ends at 9:00 to bring you fox n.f.l. sunday. then you can catch the niners taking on the jets again at 10:00. that will be followed by the saints in green bay at 1:00. stay tuned for our post-game
show. 7:55. we've been talking about the weather, it warping up. on a serious night, there are cooling centers opening up in the south bay in case it gets too hot if you don't have air conditioning or any way to cool off. rosemary joins us with a look at how hot it's going to get. >> good morning to you. for some of us it will feel great. for others the heat is on and it could be a little miserable out there for the afternoon. calm conditions right now, even a bit of a northerly breeze coming in right around napa. northeasterly wind. we have just a very shallow marine layer in place. moving into the bay. and we saw it stretch across berkley earlier this morning. we will see a quick burnoff. we'll also see a quick warm-up. temperatures right now slipping back into the mid-40s in areas like santa rosa and napa but it is that nice cooldown that we received in the overnight hours that has prevented us from actually going forward with that excessive heat watch for the area for today. so the national weather service has canceled that. that's good news. if you're headed to the beaches for today, the monterey state beaches, we're talking areas
from the boardwalk all the way down into the south bay, a portion of the bay area i should say, the monterey bay to be clear. strong rip currents a possibility as well as large shore breaks. so watch the little kiddies along the beaches. we have morning fog. it will be a quick burnoff. take a look at the afternoon highs. 75 in san francisco. low 90s for santa rosa this afternoon. low 90s in san jose. the extended forecast tomorrow the hottest day. a slight dip on tuesday. a better cooldown comes wednesday. back to you. federal lawsuit is seeking to trying down an ordinance that bans sex offenders from opening their doors on halloween. an attorney filed the lawsuit on behalf of five registered sex offenders in simi valley. the ordinance prevents sex centers from decorating their homes and requires them to post a sign saying no candy will be given out. las vegas shooting range is offering customers some one of a kind options. it's called machine gun vegas,
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weather for you. good morning, rosemary. >> good morning to you. numbers are going to warm anywhere from five to 10 to 12 degrees over yesterday's highs. and bigger warm up inland. we will take a look at what you can expect for your area coming up. >> we begin with overnight nows in the south bay. this is a brawl in san jose. >> police were called to a disturbance in the area of monterey highway and they found a man with life threatening injuries. >> he was rushed to the hospital where he died. >> also, a man in the same area went to the hospital and they are checking to see if the two cases are related. >> police received numerous noise complaints regarding a large rave. >> tens of thousands packed the coliseum parking lot beyond the wonder land pay area. >> it featured more than 20 music acts.
callers were complaining about the noise and said this is the loudest it has ever been at the coliseum. >> the attendees say it stayed rather peaceful. >> that was all people. didn't see any conflicts. >> we saw a whole bunch of my friend. and it was an amazing experience. >> no one under the aim of 18 was allowed. the rave ran from six last night until 2:00 this morning. people came as far from oregon and southern california. >> teams from atf could arrive to investigate a fire at the law office. they are characterize i seeing the -- characterizing the fire as an act of domestic terrorism. >> the fire broke out at 130 at the building where davis shares with another attorney. they are calling the fire very suspicious. >> i am not going to go into
whether he has protection or not. if there is a degree of concern for his safety. we as an organization in the police department will do what we can to address the issue. >> there have been random acts of vandalism and nothing like what was caused by the fire and his records were also destroyed. they are looking into a massive fire that was happening in san jose. >> firefighters say the fire was so intense, they couldn't enter the building and focused on protecting nearby apartments. >> we looked at the building or what it used to be. now, it is just gone. >> investigators are still trying to determine who owned the abandoned building. it was last registered to the national container corporation. they will talk about a concert that will benefit businesses destroyed by a fire in san francisco last month. the four alarm fire broke out near capital in the engleside
district on august #. >> nine businesses were damaged. three were destroyed and estimated at $3 million. >> a restaurant is holding a fundraiser tonight for the fallen chp kenyon young strom. >> he was killed during a traffic stop on september 5th. he is survived by his wife and four children. they are helping to organize the event on the boulevard in aloe mow. that begins tonight at sick. more than 50,000 people are prepared to pack this center for the oracle's 012 conference. we are live this morning. for more on big announcement expected from oracle see i don't larry elson. >> here is south of market area, it is transformed as oracle world 2012 gets underway. it runs through october 4th. howard street where we are standing is close to through traffic and will be for the
duration of the convention. we have this open and the watch world for oracle. world 201 cloud based computing. they get started today with a keynote address from larry ellison and the music festival gets underway at seven tonight. there will be serious work here as well. cloud based computing is expected to be the major news coming out of this. >> they are expected to unveil this. and maintaining cloud friendly data centers. we will be on scene throughout today and world 2012 in san francisco. ktvu, channel 2 news. >> california is the first state in the country to ban therapies that attempt to change the sexual orientation of minors. yesterday governor brown banned mental health practitioners from repairing repairive
therapy on minors. gay rights gro label them as dangerous and abusive. they could raise the risk of depression and suicide in young people. >> good morning to you. for most of us, it is a good looking start to the day. take a look at the view here. san francisco and the bridge and it is beautiful in most cases. it is mostly cloudy and hugged up right against the coastline and with temperatures nearing the century mark for the hottest spots. low 90s is where we landed. and 60s to low # 0s. along the coast. we are talking mid-60s to 70s and nearing 100 for the east bay locations. monday, still on track to be the hottest day of this mini trend we are seeing. we have got the warm air in place. the high pressure associated with it. and sinking that area and pushing it close to the ground. we are seeing a marine layer at
a thousand feet deep. it is right along the coastline and outside of that we are dealing with partly cloudy to mostly clear skies and with the clearing, a bit of a cool down. >> 45 degrees outside your door. but the cool down is good. we immediate the overnight recovery. >> it is 69 in antioch and san jose and now that the sun is up. we will see a rapid warm up. afternoon highs. san helena, 98. and meanwhile. you get over to novato and it is warm by the water. chili cookoff going on there. watch the as play. lather the sun block on the chin and make sure they have plenty of water. 97 for danville. 90 degrees for santa clara. and 90 degrees for sunnyvale. and warm for you, too. warm for you san mateo and in
san francisco today. low to mid-70s. along the coast and pacifica down to half moon bay, and the heat continues into monday. monday will be a scorcher inland. widespread upper 90s to low 100's. we get a slight break on tuesday. wednesday, thursday. definitely a comfortable forecast for our inland areas. mid-80s expected by thursday. meanwhile along the coast. gorgeous weather and tuesday, wednesday, numbers slip back to 55 degrees on wednesday. back to you. in election 201 news, we are just three days away from the first presidential debate in denver. president obama will leave the white house for joint base andrews. he has a campaign stop at a los angeles high school. he will city in nevada before traveling to ohio on thursday. mitt romney is spending the weekend cramming for the debate. some political analysts say he
needs a strong showing and they show him losing ground to the president in various battleground states. university of denver is preparing to host the debate. it will focus on the debate and be hosted by jim lehreresidents. >> they will have two more presidential debates on the 16th and two #. can you watch them live right here and coverage of wednesday night's debate begins at 6:00. >> a new survey shows it as mathematical dead heat in highway. 49% for president obama and 45%. the gap is is within the poll's margin of error and 2% of likely voter it is say they are still undecided. while the election is on tuesday. some voters have already cast their ballots. they offer some form of early voting. iowa began next week and then
tuesday. volunteers from the obama and romney camps are looking for the early votes. it is an important strategy. it allows the party to bank votes more than a day. >> vice-presidential will be on the campaign trail. we will find out more on the meaning behind it. time now is 8:09. more violence had afghanistan. we will tell you about the latest act of violences that has taken the life of two american soldiers. first, we will take you outside. there is a beautiful shot of the golden gate bridge this morning. and shop road closures are in place. this is for the bridge to bridge run that benefits the special olympics and if you are headed into the city. you will see lanes shut down along the waterfront.
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. good morning to you. it is a sunny start in san jose. 66 degrees at this hour. >> # 1 degrees for the after moon. >> are u.s. military says two americans were killed in a an attack in afghanistan. it happened in a check point west of kabul. it doesn't have exact details about what happened. some witnesses say an afghan soldier shot at americans who
returned fire. during an ensuing battle, mortar killed an american soldier and american contractor. the afghan who fired first was killed in the shoot out. >> 200 members -- 2,000 members have died since 2001. >> this is in the scare today against an anti-muslim film that sparked protests around the world. students formed the chain around the tower and held signs that read death to america. it is the latest protest over the film that mocks the prophet mohammed. in shiite neighborhoods today, 82 people were wounded. deadliest attack happened in a former al-qaida stronghold north of baghdad. in libya, hundreds of people have turned over weapons
that toppled moammar gadhafi. three heat-seconding missiles and the weapons collection comes after the september 11th attack in benghazi that killed chris stevens. >> child was killed. and sunday school class in kenya. >> the sam malley militant group may be behind the violence at an anglican church in my roby. they have been the site of attacks of since last year. the youngest prisoner at guantanamo bay is returned to canada after spending a year in custody. he was capture a bombed out compound and then he pleaded guilty to murder ago u.s. soldier as part of a plea deal to return to canada. authorities say kotter was taken to afghanistan by his father who is said to be a senior al-qaida mentor who
apprenticed his son to bomb makers. at the same time they cut costs. starting tomorrow, medicare will fine hospitals that have too many patients readmitted due to complications 30 days or less after being discharged. it is part of the healthcare overall. it is estimated that # 200 facilities with you is 2/3rd of the hospital serving medicare hospitals will be fined an average of $125,000 next year. the post master general said the postal service is on the brink of bankruptcy. the agency today will default on a $5 billion payment to the treasury. >> post master general tells the press. his agency would be profitable if it weren't for lawmakers delays. they have asked congress for more than a year for legislation that would eliminate saturday mail deliveries and reduce the my billion dollars payment for
retiree health benefits. >> they are forcing vice-presidential paul ryan to donate a gift he received out there on the campaign trail. he attended a banquet for hunters yesterday. the u.s. sportsman's alliance presented him with a manned made american shotgun. >> i have got one from my grandfather. a zero gauge. you know what is great, the downward ejection, so lefties. this is your gun. righties this is your gun. >> he said he will donate the firearm for a silent auction. if elected he and mitt romney will work to protect the rights of gun owners. big changes could be coming for people who smoke. what the city of san rafael is considering tomorrow and why it is so controversial. >> the sun is up. a rapid warm up is expected for your sunday. what you can have in your area, coming up.
the bridge in the last two weeks of october for repairs. that closure will allow them to permanently fix a crack that was found during a retune extension. >> the rocket is headed to the international space station next week. you are looking at a previous space launch. the private transport company prepares to launch the first official cargo delivery to the space station. >> survivors of the movie theater massacre in killing return to the scene of the shooting. the district attorney sent an e-mail to victims and the family members of the people killed. asking if they would like to visit the site. >> some of the survivors have ks pressed interest in returning to the theater foreclosure. >> it is not going to be pretty. >> i don't want my perception of the event of this theater, of the place. to live in my head and for it
to be bigger than it was. >> the theater has been closed since the july 20th shooting. they announced it would be undergoing renovations and most likely reopen sometime next year. >> michigan woman still on welfare after winning the lottery has died of an apparent drug overdose. she was found dead yesterday morning at a home near doe detroit. she received nationwide attention for winning the $735,000 lottery price. friends say she was addicted to drugs including xanax. >> went down the wrong path. got the freedom to do what she wanted. some don't have the willpower. >> in june, clayton pleaded no contest to fraud and repaired 5500. michigan officials say she did not inform the state about her lottery win fall and it led to a new state lou requiring
administrators to inform the state about new winners. amber alert is for two people missing after their house burned down in tennessee. they don't know if the 9-year-old and 7-year-old half brother died in bedford county. they have used infrared cameras and they haven't been able to find the children's remains. >> at this point we don't know but, you know, we would like to see closure as well. >> the children lived in the house with the grandparents who died in the father. they are not with the mother who is investigated in the past by child protected services. >> well, he is talking about his recent trip with the fbi to look for more buried victims. >> he said he was taken from his death row cell at three in the morning last month. an escort of 20 guard took him to the town of lynn den to point out the old wells where
he and his partner in crime dropped bodies. he told the newspaper that because he is reveling those burial sites, fell had he inmates are threatening his life. he will be paid $1,000 if the information about the site is confirmed. >> the three strike inmates are add detectives. that is according to an analysis of thousands of inmates from california watch and the san francisco chronicle. researchers say close to 70% of offenders convicted need substance abuse treatment compared to 48% of all inmates. they say the findings show the need for effective substance abuse programs in state prisons. >> officials in san rafael will consider what is the strictest ants tie smoking ordinance and ban smoking from all apartments and condos in addition to spaces and parks and
restaurants. and they will push for stricter smoking laws. they will discuss the issue tomorrow night. >> more than 28 including walesful dolphins and seals will be harassed by the planned site. and no animals are expected to be hurt or killed. that is all according to the federal officials. they plan to use a research vessel to blast the sound for 12 days this november. the utilities say the seismic relays will help understand the earth's faults. this is the last day of september. hot comes to mind. >> summer. i think is it still summer. >> known to be warm. >> not necessarily hot but warm. >> that's right. >> dry, warm. it becomes you know, fire, cite cal fire season for that time of year. outside of that we have got good looking weather. some of us waking up chilly and
hitting about 60 degrees and very calm across the region. the on shore breeze is clipped all together. for today we may see a bit of an offshore breeze. and 50 in oakland. and still 45 degrees in santa rosa. it is a chili start in the neighborhood. we need the overnight lows to come down and in order to give us good recovery in the overnight hours. because of that, they have canceled the anticipated excessive heat advisory for today. good news. >> 90 degrees. and 96 in concord. 91 in sarge. and 85 in -- 91 in san jose and there is the he can tended forecast. we have nice weather along the coastline. mid- to upper 70s and half moon bay. >> today, tomorrow. 80s. in santa cruz and low 100's for the hottest spots. take care out there.
drink a lot of water. >> temperatures will slip with the better cool down on wednesday. with the hot, dry, sunny weather and we will have a spare the air alert to share with you, coming up. speaking of warm. oakland as are quite hot. how close the team is getting into the playoffs. >> big event with big names. we will give you a preview of the open world conference starting today in san francisco. -those other store cards... -...preferred shopper...
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oakland coliseum. good morning and welcome to "mornings on 2". it is september 30th. i am claudine wong. >> i am mike mibach. >> here are some of the top stories we are following for you. they receive numerous noise complaints regarding a large rave. tens of thousands of people packed the parking lot for the event. it featured more than 20 music acts. they told them they complained about the noise saying it is the loudest it has ever been but attendees say it stayed fairly peaceful. one person is dead after a fight. just after 1:00. police were called to a disturbance in monterey highway. they found a man with you have life-threatening injuries. he is scheduled to make the welcoming remarks at the start of the oracle's opening world 201 conference. more than 50,000 people are expected to attend the event in
san francisco. that's where we find christian captain with more on what we can expect. christian in. >> this is one of the city's major conventions. this is both being used as well. masconi west. and one of the major things to come to san francisco. it starts today and runs through october 4th. >> you can see as the usual, howard street will be shut down between third and fourth streets and will be closed down for the duration of of the convention. now we have video of folks setting up. and festivities get set up with the oracle's ceo this afternoon. and the music festival gets underway tonight. there is is also a lot of serious work to do as well. >> this is the open world 201. cloud based computing. they told me they were eager to
learn more about it. >> this is executives and higher ups here and they come down to us and they say. we need this. and everybody has had this and they are really putting out products for that. and i am here to learn about it. one of the expectation assist that they may unveil computer service at maintaining and creating data centers. we will be on the scene today and throughout the week for oracle world 201. christian captain. channel 2 news. pg&e said a squirrel is responsible for knocking out power to almost 11,000 customers in the oakland and berkeley hills. the animal got into some equipment at an outdoor are sub station last night. power was restored in 90 minutes. but that was for college avenue restaurantses hoping to capitalize on the game.
>> this is huge for us. >> last year in san francisco, we lost some of that business. woo were happy and excited to get it back. especially on a cal football day. >> the outage effected them and east of clermont avenue and west of the boulevard. >> a 31-year-old prole lee has been arrested -- parole low. the victim was found in a cottage in elm street. they say he is a transient who knew the victim. trial begins tomorrow for killing michelle lay. >> she disappeared in 011. had he body was found a couple of months later on september 17th. >> estaban is accused of the
murder: the trial is expected to last a month. family and friends of an oakland man are demanding more details about his death. > >> 18-year-old alan was killed as he ran from police officers. in the first report, they said he decide in the exchange of gunfire that injured an officer. the following day a gun believed to have been his had not been fired and instead the officer had shot himself in the foot. there are witnesses that saw him point a gun at police. the family is now suing the city. advocates for undocumented immigrants are urging the governor to sign two bills. one would allow the state to grants licenses to illegal immigrants who are young adults with temporary work permits. they want to sign a bill that would allow county and city jails to hold imgrants for deportation if they have a
record of serious felonies. >> here in california, jerry brown has a couple of days to sign the remaining bills on his desk. he vetoed a bill that would disrupt service without a court order. they wanted to cut cellphone service to disrupt a planned protest. brown said the bill would divert attention from a true emergency by requiring the court order. he is urging the bill's author to amend it. >> california lawmakers will no longer get a break on the cost of van it license plates. >> -- vanity license plates. >> currently members of the state legislature congressional delegation paid $12 for the plates and exempt from registration fees. it requires them to pay the same price as their constituents for the plates. >> volunteers are teaming up
with the church to save the only homeless programs. >> st. paul's episcopal church over the fresh start program. >> sit down to a hot meal and take a warm shower or get medical care. original founder is leaving, leaving them in flux. it is too important to the community for it to end. shoppers will have to bring bags to the stores. the check out bag ordinance goes into effect tomorrow and stores have to switch from plastic to paper bags. they are going to have to charge customers a dime for each paper bag unless the shopper brings in their own. that bag law kicks in for restaurants and bakeries next year. you wants to check your status of a flight out of sfo today. one of the main runways is closed and could cause delays. this is the final week for
close hours of runway. travel should get back to normal by 8:00 a.m. tomorrow. . good morning to you. very dry. warm, to hot conditions over mount diablo for today and the inner east bay could soar to near 100 degrees in some cases. it as scorcher for inland spots and along the coast. it as gorgeous beach day. they are going to be warming. several degrees over. and a marine layer in place. we do have clouds hugging the coastline and partly cloudy skies. now to below 1,000 feet. the you high pressure associated with bringing up the warm up and pushing the marine layer and squashing it close to the grounds. it is a little bit of fog along the coastline. mostly sunny skies. >> for the afternoon today. 70s and near 80 degrees. santa cruz in the mid-80s.
inland areas going to heat up once again. temperatures in the low to mid-90s and we are talking upper 90s to 100 degrees. and the light wind and ground level pollution. we have a spare the air day. unhealthy for the sensitive groups. so if you suffer, very sensitive to the pollution and very weak on the on shore breeze, we will bring good to moderate air quality around the areas for the afternoon. 70 degrees and holding onto the upper 50s and 56 san jose. the cool spot offer parts of the north bay. 45 degrees still in santa rosa. and napa started out and in the low 50s. beginning to see the turn around and a warm day in store for you. and headed to the coliseum and 77 degrees at game time. mid 80s in oakland for the second half of the day. it is going to be a warm one. >> do not forget the sun block.
make sure you drink a lot of water. >> it is 90 degrees for san rafael. and 92 degrees in sausalito and if you are going to the chili cookoff there. and 99 in livermore and down into the santa clara valley and san jose 90 degrees and morgan hill. and 86 degrees in santa cruz and the swells turn to bring rip currents and the possibility of large shore breaks for the monterey bay for today. and in redwood city. san mateo and going to be a beautiful day there. >> low to mid-70s as well as half moon aye bay. if you are headed out to watch and support the bay to bay runners this morning. it is a beautiful day out in the city and the extended forecast shows you upper 90s and 100s in the forecast. so back to work monday, it is going to be a hot one for some. and 70s and 80s by the bay. and it as better cool down for
wednesday and thursday. >> you want to line up your lunchtime numbers, coming up. >> this is receiving about the praise and opposition about 50 people went to a community meeting yesterday to talk about the golden state warrior's plan to build an arena. and opponents are worried about traffic and crime and financial cost to the city. the project is going to bring much needed jobs and eastern waterfront. >> it is a well-managed product and there are heavy hitters. >> it is all good. >> reporter: the problem is, they are building out on a pier and blocking people's views and the public's access, tourist access. >> the warriors say public transit will ease congest and 68% favor an arena in the city. >> oakland as have moved one step close to the postseason.
they look to take it one step closer. the as bounced back. down three. brandon moss throwing a double. coco crisp p crosses the place and the it continues. later, all tied after josh donaldson slaps the 2-run shop. >> how do you like me now with the walk off shot. >> the 14th walk off of the year and take it on today. at 105. >> different story down south and for the champs. they did get on the board first. and he gets that rub and that is all that the giants would get. >> they sent seven players across the plate and they win. and getting the last. padres going at it today at 1:05. >> more is being released about
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. good morning, a shot from san rafael. this is upper 90s for the afternoon. well, heavy rain tips to fall across much of north and west texas. yesterday, about 6 inches of rain fell in and lean. and flash -- in abilene and midland suffered the worse flooding in years. >> under passes were flooded with 5 feet of water and people did have to be rescue. >> they were jolted but an earthquake near dallas overnight. not big for us. but big for them. it hit late last night and no reports of major damage or inquiries. it did crack the walls and knock pictures down. >> 1200 people reported feeling
the quake. the case beans the pope's butler will reconvene. he is accused of stealing vatican documents and leaking them to a journalist. the trial started yesterday in front of the three judge vatican court. >> gabrielle has confessed to the crime. he wanted to shock the church by exposing this. >> he asked for peep for a pardon. they turned out to hear this nobel laureate. >> the opposition leader spoke to a crowd of $5,000 people at the university of san francisco yesterday. she asked them to support the country. she spent 15 years under house arrest and trying to bring about change as a member of the country's parliament. >> our country is now on the verge of a new path. i have to keep reminding people that we are just about to start out. we are not yet along the way.
>> she received the key to the city and honor document last night. she hopes to reach out to the large burmese ex patriate committee during the trip to the united states. they show local, state, and federal agencies are on track to seize more than 1 million marijuana plants from outdoor growing operations. 959,000 plants from 215 sites have been destroyed. they said 65% of all marijuana plants seized in california since is the first of jowl were grown on public land. >> the u.s. supreme court is facing big decisions as it heads back to work tomorrow. >> proposition eight which bans same-sex marriage in the state. they have ruled that prop eight is unconstitutional. the supreme court has to decide if they will hear the appeal to the ruling. the justice also hear an appeal
concerning higher edition. that is brought by a white woman who was denied admission to the university of texas because of her race. >> a deprovision of the voting rights act of 1965 which calls for federasupervision of some states and counties with a history of this. we are learning about the the effects of similar legislation in new york state. >> new york passed the first bill of rights for caregivers and nannies two years ago. some domestic worker there is are working with a written contract that guarantees over time and days off. many employers are not aware of the law. domestic workers have held several rallies urging governor brown to sign a bill. giving them over time pay and rest breaks. government statistics show it pays to live in the bay area. >> they have the highest wages.
san francisco. san mateo and santa clara counties are the top 10 for weekly salaries. santa clara is ranked second. and incidentally new yorkers make the most. they average nearly $2,500 a week. they are seeking to strike down an ordinance that bans six offenders from opening doors to children on halloween. she filed the lawsuit on behalf of five registered sex offenders. the ordinance prohibits them from decading their homes and requires them to say no candy is going to be given out. >> we have more details on animal schwarzenegger's new book which details affairs. he admits that he had a "hot affair with brigette nielsen when they were dating and
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air day. they ask people to avoid driving and not to use gas powered equipment. people are also being asked to take public transit and use other alternatives such as car pooling. >> weeks of advance warnings to drives have worked to make car-mageddon 2. and officials say this is one of the busiest interstate and tie ups have been minimal. they will reopen in time for the rush hour commute. >> araphic alert for drivers in fremont, they will be closing at 11 tonight. the roadway is expected to come back open at 5:00 a.m. >> it is closing to expand to santa collar are rah county. they are evenly divided on peak reutership hours. >> 30% of the polls support a ban on bikes during peak hours.
>> 25% supported reducing the ban to one hour instead of two. kid are being encouraged to walk to schools this week. this is international walk to school day on wednesday. it is hipally held on the first wednesday in october every year and dined to help promote healthy lifestyle for kids and increasing traffic for streets and less pollution. >> they are excited about the division against the broncos. they will be watching it as two other players won't be playing. >> he will miss the game after he received a concussion during the game trying to make the catch there. >> tight end richard gordon is injuring his hamstring and it is in denver. they have a disappointing loss against the vikings. and richard is going to fill in
at nose tackle. right here on ktvu at 10:00. they are back on the field today. new contract. >> they ended the labor dispute by ending a eight year contract. and voted in ugly dispute and it is three weeks of chaotic games and the most controversial call during the seattle/greene bay game and it gave seattle the win. "mornings on 2" ends to bring you nfl sunday and watch the niners take on the jets at 10:00. that will be followed by the saints and packers at one. national hockey league and it player's union are expected to resolve their labor dispute. they met for four hours yesterday. it was a second straight day of talks. and discuss money issues. they avoided the main sticking point of revenue sharing. >> with the regular season scheduled to start, they could
start canceling games as early as this week. >> here is a recap of the top stories we have been following all morning long. >> they have received large, tens of hows of and for the event called beyond wonderland bay area. >> features more than 20 music acts. they were complaining about the noise as the laud estaban it has ever been at the coliseum and they say the event stayed fairly peaceful. they go to rock tonight to investigate a fire at the private law office of villejo mayor's office. it is an act of domestic terrorism. he is a high profile figure and it broke out saturday morning at the and it is holding a fundraiser tonight. officer youngstrom was shot and killed on september 5th.
he is survived by his wife and five children. >> if you are about to head out the door. hold on a second. we will check in with rosemary one more time. >> right against the coastline. mostly clear elsewhere. morning temperatures now beginning to warm up. high pressure in control of the weather pattern for the next couple of days. and the heat spell will continue with several degrees above yesterday's highs for today. right now. 50 degrees. san rafael in oakland and in concord. and 60 degrees in antioch and the chilly spots still. >> 45 degrees in santa rose s and if there is a farmer's market. you may need extra layer. and in store for the afternoon. widespread 90s for santa rosa. and fair field. and napa. and expected in your neighborhood. >> right around the bay. >> mid-70s and mid- to upper 80s and as well as oakland. and in pontiac and brentwood.
and livermore, you are included with that. >> 90 degrees mountain view and in santa cruz. the extended forecast there. the heat will stick around through monday. bit of a slip on tuesday. >> then better cool down into thursday. >> for some it is enjoyable. and try out there. >> high fire danger. >> a toasty one inland. >> we have the cooling centers and in case you need them. and they don't have air conditioning to keep you cool. >> little painful. >> that is the report for tomorrow. thank you for trusting ktvu news. >> check out the next news at 5:00. go niners and raiders. [ female announcer ] this is the story of eves.
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